Cornell University's HADM 4180x MAD Clouds: Making a Difference with Cloud-Based Technology in Entrepreneurial Business Planning

  1. HADM 4133/6133: Global Conversations with Entrepreneurs Summer 2017 is a 3-credit course offered online at Cornell University and taught in an asynchronous fashion by Professor Mona Anita K. Olsen from the School of Hotel Administration at the SC Johnson College of Business. Learn more at: sce.cornell.edu/ss/courses/courses.php?v=3064.

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  2. HADM 4180/6180: Technology for Bootstrapped Entrepreneurship prepares students who have entrepreneurial intentions through a process of identifying, evaluating, and designing cloud-based technology to enhance service delivery in either a for-profit or non-profit venture using a bootstrapped approach. Through the lens of entrepreneurial theory and practice, students will develop a new perspective on contemporary issues in cloud-based computing. Students will work with BMFiddle as a tool to model a business idea in the cloud for collaborative feedback, eventually using it as the base for the creation of a strategic technology plan that integrates many types of cloud-based technology vendors (Google Apps, Grasshopper, Smartsheet, Salesforce, etc…) to maximize the execution and growth of a start-up entity or add value to an existing venture at the lowest possible cost. This objectives of the course are achieved through entrepreneurial pitching activities, hospitality case studies, alumni interview case development, reflective assignments, and a strategic technology business planning project. Learn more here: sha.cornell.edu/admissions-programs/undergraduate/academics/courses/course.html?ps_course_id=366213.

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  3. This course is intended to add value to the journey of students who have entrepreneurial aspirations. Guest speakers of a variety of backgrounds share their own entrepreneurial stories to highlight the challenges and benefits of entrepreneurship. The course illustrates the importance of the entrepreneurial mind and entrepreneurial thinking for professional career development for both students who plan to pursue a career in corporations or start their own ventures. The objectives of the course are achieved through a combination of networking activities, entrepreneurial pitching activities, alumni interviews, reflective assignments, entrepreneurial career planning assignments, and an entrepreneurial journey project. Learn more at: sha.cornell.edu/admissions-programs/undergraduate/academics/courses/course.html?ps_course_id=364989

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  4. HADM4180X MAD Clouds: Making a Difference with Cloud-Based Technology is a 4-week online course launching in February 2016. The course will focus on how to optimize the use of the cloud for both life and business. Enrollment is open and the course will be provided at no cost thanks to the generosity of our sponsors at Cornell University including the Office of the Vice Provost. Registration is required. Space is limited. Sign up at http://tinyurl.com/signupspoc. #madclouds #spocaday

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Cornell University's HADM 4180x MAD Clouds: Making a Difference with Cloud-Based Technology in Entrepreneurial Business Planning

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HADM 4180x MAD Clouds: Making a Difference with Cloud-Based Technology in Entrepreneurial Business Planning coming in Fall 2015 from Cornell University.

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